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Virginia Tech's Trevor Thompson turned in a steady performance in Duke's hostile arena, one that was good enough for his coach to believe the freshman "took a step forward."
They'll remember the OT from the first Syracuse-Duke game - and the Ts that decided Round 2.
This was supposed to be the encore of college basketball's game of the year, matching two top-five teams in No. 1 Syracuse and No. 5 Duke and the winningest men's coaches in Division I history.
Marcus Paige and his North Carolina teammates have endured so many wild swings - big wins, surprising losses, NCAA drama - that no one can blame their Hall of Fame coach for wondering what's next.
North Carolina coach Roy Williams went into last week's pregame meal thinking a winter storm wouldn't prevent Duke from getting to the Smith Center for the latest installment in the fierce rivalry.
The Terrapins' final scheduled visit to Cameron ended in hard-to-swallow fashion Saturday night, a 69-67 loss to the eighth-ranked Blue Devils.
Bria Hartley scored 18 points and Breanna Stewart and Stefanie Dolson each had 15 to help No. 1 Connecticut remain unbeaten with a 63-38 rout of cold-shooting South Florida on Sunday.
Maryland had two chances in the final seconds to walk out of Cameron Indoor Stadium with a win one last time.
The shot that would have beaten No. 8 Duke hung on the rim, bouncing once, then twice.